Dive into Tunisia’s ancient history on a full-day, private tour of Dougga, an archeological highlight and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Since the hilltop ruins cover a sprawling 185 acres (75 hectares), it can be hard to know where to start exploring. With a private guide to lead the way, you’ll go straight to the highlights, and get fascinating historical context on each thing you see.
Hit the highlights of Tunisia on this three-for-one guided day trip, which covers the seaside village of Sidi Boy Said and two UNESCO World Heritage sites. Discover Roman ruins alongside Tunisia’s stunning coastline at the archaeological site of Carthage and get an insider’s perspective on traditional markets and mosques in the Old City of Tunis. Tours include a tasty local lunch along the coast.
Kairouan the fourth holy city of Islam and spiritual capital of Tunisia, then El Djem the ancient city of Thysdrus, one of the most prosperous of Roman Africa for the visit of its amphitheater, and finish the excursion by ancient Monastir Punic then Roman city of Ruspina. A diversified tour between Tunisia during the Arab-Muslim (Kairouan), Roman (El Jem amphitheater) and contemporary (Monastir), will be a good idea to spend a pleasant day in Tunisia during your stay.
Take the guesswork out of your visit to Tunisia with this four-day tour: all details will be arranged ahead of time so you can have a stress-free trip. Highlights include riding a horse-drawn carriage in Palm Groves, viewing the Ong Jemel Star Wars desert set, experiencing Sahara desert camping at Douz, and exploring the large and well-preserved Roman amphitheater at El Jem. All accommodations, meals, entrance fees, and activities included to maximize the fun.
Travel all over Tunisia with ease on this 5-day private tour with a guide. Visit El Jem, Kairouan, Tozeur, Douz, Tataouine, Tunis, and more. Accompanied by your guide, see the original Star Wars set, go camping in the Sahara, and admire ancient Roman amphitheaters. Enjoy local meals and dinners at your hotels.
If you are fan of Skywalker and Mos Eisly, We invites you to discover the Star Wars Tour that you will enjoy without a doubt. It's a real adventure for fans of Star Wars the saga that has marked the history of science fiction cinema during the last decades. A pleasant journey that links in harmony the filming locations of the various episodes of this film and the stunning landscapes in the south of Tunisia. Sidi Bouhlel, otherwise known as the Juntland Wastes, this canyon was used in 9 shots in starwars movies.. The same canyon has been used to film The English Patient. The The gorge is significant in the movie, as this is the location that Luke is attacked by Tusken Raiders, and is then saved by Obi-Wan. Ong Jemel it is where the shot of Darth Maul flying over the cliffs in pursuit of Anakin and Qui-Gonn was filmed. And the famous scenery Tatooine of Star wars (Episode IV).
The Bardo museum is housed in the bey of Tunis’ former palace. Famous for its Roman mosaics taken from archaeological sites all over the country, it is widely considered one of the best collections in the world. Just when you think that you’ve seen the best, the next room reveals something even more wondrous! Though the Bardo is primarily about mosaics, it also houses the most important finds from Tunisia’s archaeological sites. Continue to the Medina (~ 5km, 15mn drive, the heart of historic Tunis) one of the best preserved Islamic cities in the world. Walk through the meandering streets, viewing the architecture of some residential quarter, as well as the activity and excitement of the souks. Also see the great Mosque of Djamaa-ez-Zituna, walking through Souk Eshawasheen (Traditional Cap Makers Market) and Souk El Attarine (Traditional Perfume Market).
Opening days : Everyday, except Mondays
An excursion that lasts a day and begins with visiting Hammamet the city of jasmine flowers and orange trees. Nabeul the ancient Roman Nepolis is considered the city of pottery and ceramics, Kelibia the famous city with its good dry muscatel and its fishing port, passing thereafter by the ancient Punic town Kerkouane, Haouaria the village with hawks and ending with the city of Korbous known since antiquity as a high quality spa.
- On a single day, we offer a combined output: you do not only visit Ksar Ghilane but also Matmata and its surroundings.
- You will be accompanied by a driver and a guide approved by the Tunisian Tourist Office
- You will go to the desert gate where you will see the sand dunes as far as the eye can see
- You will have time to swim in a hot spring in the desert
- You will see 2 types of desert: the desert of rocks (the Reg) and the desert of sand (the Erg)
- You will have the opportunity to ride a quad or camel in the sand dunes
- You will eat local
- You will visit 2 Berber villages (Tamzret and Toujane)
- You will visit a Berber family in their troglodyte house
Enjoy a day fishing out on the open sea. Catch the fish and enjoy a swim or snorkel in the mediterranean. Try your chances with all types of fish including crane fish, Bream, large tunny, sea bream and many more exotic mediterranean species. All equipment will be provided on board.
Discover Tunis’ fascinating back-stories on a full-day, private tour with a history-loving guide. Featured highlights include the ruins of Carthage, the National Bardo Museum, Sidi Bou Said Lighthouse, and the Medina of Tunis. By exploring with private transport and a personal guide, you’ll get straight to the most interesting places, making the most of your limited time in the city.
• Mini Safari
• Adaptable excursion for small groups and families with children
• Combined itinerary between Berber villages, oases and Sahara
• Typical meals to discover the local gastronomy
• Drivers from the region with long experience in Saharan tourism and who master the route well
Departure to Sidi Bou said: Perched high atop of a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean, this picturesque village is a delightful place for a leisurely stroll through winding cobbled streets. Its trademark white walls, contrasting sky blue doors and ornate window grids, make for a wonderfully inspiring setting. Wander around the boutiques for souvenirs or relax at a cliff-side Moorish café.
Continue to the Medina (~18km, 20 Minutes drive, the heart of historic Tunis) one of the best preserved Islamic cities in the world. Walk through the meandering streets, viewing the architecture of some residential quarter, as well as the activity and excitement of the souks. Also see the great Mosque of Djamaa-ez-Zitouna, walking through Souk Echaouchia (Traditional cap makers market) and Souk El Attarine (Perfume market).
Get to know the city through the eyes of a passionate local. With no set itinerary, you can customize the tour or leave it up to the local for an insightful introduction to the city. Make travel about the people you meet not just the places you see.
Beat the Tunisian heat with air-conditioned private transfers direct from your door on this half-day tour of two signature Tunis attractions. First, explore the ruins of the ancient city of Carthage, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with your private guide. Next, inhale sea views and capture timeless pictures in the cliff-top village of Sidi Bou Said. Please note: Entrance fees are at your own expense.
The ideal in-depth introduction to Tunisia, this multi-day tour covers the country’s top highlights, leaving you free to choose your accommodation. Explore standout attractions spanning thousands of years of history, from the Roman ruins of Carthage to the postcard-perfect village of Sidi Bou Said. Tours include an adventure-filled excursion in a 4WD vehicle and a camelback ride through the desert.
Are you a Star Wars fan? Have you ever dreamt of visiting Star Wars shooting decor, while also enjoying a breathtaking landscape, that inspired the very Tatooine Planet?
Well, think no more! In this 3 days tour, you will visit 3 of the most important shooting decor sets for the movies, including the city of Mos Espa!
You will get to experience the dunes of the Sahara, the troglodytes dwellings of Matmata town, and you will fall in love with the beauty of this small country of North Africa!
A circuit that allows you to discover the charm of North Africa, the circuit is easy full of beautiful landscapes to explore. If there is one place to visit when you come to Tunisia, it is the tourist town of Bizerte. You will spend a peaceful day trip and experience this day in another environment. You will fall in love with this city.
Departure to Carthage, founded by the Phoenicians in 814 BC. The earliest settlements of Punic Carthage can sill be seen on Byrsa Hill, just below the renowed Carthage National Museum. Although destroyed by the Romans in 146BC and later built over by them, recent excavation has revealed the foundations of five-story Punic houses, each with its own cistern and drainage system. The most remarkable early remains are the two basins of the Punic Ports, an evidence of the Carthaginian’ mastery of the sea, which fascinated and frustrated the Romans. Another important site of pre-roman Carthage is the Tophet.
Sidi Bou said: Perched high atop of a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean, this picturesque village is a delightful place for a leisurely stroll through winding cobbled streets. Its trademark white walls, contrasting sky blue doors and ornate window grids, make for a wonderfully inspiring setting. Wander around the boutiques for souvenirs or relax at a cliff-side Moorish café.
Visit the ancient city of Carthage, a seaside village, and the Tunis medina on a full-day tour from Tunis that includes lunch and round-trip transport from your Tunis centrally located hotel. This 8-hours tour takes you to two of Tunisia’s 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in a single day.
• Full-day Tunis tour
• Visit the Punic city of Carthage
• Have lunch in La Goulette
• Explore the Tunis medina with a licensed professional guide
• Hotel pickup and drop-off from your hotel in Hammamet
First step of this excursion Kairouan, the 4th holy city of Islam and spiritual capital of Tunisia. You will visit the Great Mosque which is the oldest religious building of the Muslim West. Afterwards, you will discover the "mausoleum of the barber" and you will have free time in the medina. You will also have the opportunity to visit the Aghlabid basins, built in the 9th century, to supply the city of Kairouan with drinking water.
Continuation towards the city of El Jem the ancient city of Thysdrus, one of the most prosperous of Roman Africa, for the visit of its Amphitheater.